News & Announcements

Special Census

Our community has grown since the 2010 census. In order to receive our fair share of population based tax revenues, we must document our population increase with a certified count. Therefore, the U.S. Census Bureau will be conducting a Partial Special Census in Waterloo in the upcoming months. This census will focus on neighborhoods that have experienced the most growth since 2010. If your neighborhood is among those being counted, it is very important that you participate. Your participation will help Waterloo receive increased, population based, funding so we can provide important services you depend on every day.

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Intro to Self-Defense Class

Police Dept LogoThe Waterloo Police Department is coordinating this class, being offered free to Monroe County residents. The class will be taught in a two-session format that will be held on 2/21 and 2/23 from 6:30-8:30pm, upstairs at City Hall. Space is limited so call to register!

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Snow Removal Policy

Shovel GraphicThe goal of the Waterloo Public Works Department is to provide snow and ice control in a safe, timely and cost-efficient manner. Click below for the City’s Snow Removal Policy and find out how residents can help do their part.

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2017 Event Calendar

Print your 2017 City of Waterloo Event Calendar so you know what is going on all year long! You may also pick one up at City Hall or at various local businesses.

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Explore Waterloo

A new group of local retailers, restaurants and bars have joined together to plan unique, fun monthly events to help promote all the great places Waterloo has to offer and the importance of eating, drinking and shopping locally. Like the Explore Waterloo Facebook page to keep up to date on all the fun!

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